SOURCE: Renwood RealtyTrac LLC

Renwood RealtyTrac LLC

May 31, 2016 12:06 ET

RealtyTrac Releases 2016 Presidential Candidates Home Disclosure Scorecard

IRVINE, CA--(Marketwired - May 31, 2016) - One part of becoming president involves moving into a new home. And that new home -- even if it's the White House -- comes with its own set of benefits, concerns and potential risks, all of which could impact the health, safety and financial security of the new homeowner.

Because the presidential candidates have been so busy campaigning, they may not have taken the time to perform critical "pre-diligence" on their potential new home. So we've done it for them, providing an executive summary in the infographic below based on data from www.homedisclosure.com (a RealtyTrac-powered website). We've also provided a comparison to their current home (or at least one of their current homes).

View full Home Disclosure Report on White House

View full Home Disclosure Report for Hillary Clinton home

View full Home Disclosure Report for Donald Trump home

About RealtyTrac

RealtyTrac collects and licenses multi-sourced public record real estate data -- including tax, deed, mortgage, foreclosure, and proprietary neighborhood and parcel-level risk -- for more than 150 million U.S. properties, providing access to that data for businesses, consumers, policy makers and the media in a variety of venues all designed to increase real estate transparency: RealtyTrac.com is a property search and research portal for foreclosures and other off-market properties; Homefacts.com is a neighborhood research portal providing hyperlocal risks and amenities; HomeDisclosure.com produces detailed property pre-diligence reports; and RealtyTrac Data Solutions delivers real estate data and analysis to businesses through bulk file licenses, APIs, trend reports, and customized marketing lists. RealtyTrac data is cited by thousands of media outlets each month, including frequent mentions on CBS Evening News, The Today Show, CNBC, CNN, FOX News, PBS NewsHour and in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and USA TODAY.

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